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On 3/12/2016 at 10:18 PM, cool_bombom said:



does anybody know of a solution to get ambilight for webOS, without having a computer hocked up .... I also want ambilight when I watch TV or stream content via netflix or dlna!




Tell me how do you drive pixels now?

You are using computer as player and grabber for pixels?

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